Just saw Deadpool, and I liked it or at least the parts of it I was able to hear.
>sitting in front of 8 versions of reddit in human form
>these fucks howl, shriek, grunt, and squeal at anything that resembled a joke in the movie.
>I quietly told them to shut the fuck up after calling them banshees (in retrospect I shouldn't have jumped to that level of anger so quickly)
>realize I was surrounded by a hive of fake fans who just wanted to see their favorite meme on screen.
>buddy and I were the only people who seemed excited after that "tease" at the end.
Casuals...I fucking hate 'em.
>Sitting in a comedy movie
>People are laughing and enjoying themselves
>I turn around and tell them to stop having fun and liking things
>everyone around me gets pissed off, obviously jealous at my true power level
>at the end nobody was making as much noise as I was about the teaser
Fucking normies. I want them out of my public places!
There is a difference between laughing and howling
Went to see Deadpool at an 11:40am showing. Theater is 90% full of adults and teenagers. Audience laughed at appropriate times but not so super loud that you couldn't hear dialogue. Was a thoroughly enjoyable experience
>A lot of people disagreed that the laughing was too much
>the people weren't kicked out of the theater
Maybe you're the one that doesn't know the difference or maybe you just aren't ready for fun.
What's with the obsession with "fake fans"?
You're a comic book fan. This isn't a large hobby. The majority of the people who watch comic movies have read Archie, Captain Underpants, and MAYBE a couple Batman TPBs.
Obnoxious and loud audiences suck, but whether or not they were "real fans" wouldn't have made your experience more enjoyable.
There was a fat geek chick behind me. She was noisy during the pre-show, but at least didn't talk during the movie. But there was that fat person smell that lingered the whole time.
To my left it was family night at the movies with 4 kids ranging from toddler to maybe 10 at the most. But at least they were quiet. Not sure if that makes the parents irresponsible or awesome.
To my right about 4 seats away was a strange guy sitting by himself. During action scenes he'd start bouncing up and down squealing, alternately shaking his fists in front of himself and pounding them on the armrests. He was shaking the whole row of seats.
Which one of you faggots were in the theater eating chimichangas and screaming about loving chimichangas during the movie so loudly the usher had to throw your ass out? You were crying like a bitch you couldn't see memes the motion picture
>What's with the obsession with "fake fans"?
No one likes posers, anon. It doesn't matter if the subject is comic books or not. Posers are by their very natures liars, hypocrites, and needy for attention and acceptance. They are not fit for society.
>go see Deadpool
>theater is filled with the type of people that go to see Deadpool
>get mad on /tv/
That was me, anon. I was doing it on purpose. I am a bit of street performer, but I wanted to see how I could handle an actual theater.
I think I did pretty well. It seems like I at least got you fooled.
Dont watch movies in theaters, its a waste of fucking time because you cant hear the movie over all the cheering and fucking clapping. Just us Tor's like a sane person.
Fuck going to the movies, never again. Fucking Star Wars was a waste of fucking money because of that shit.
>mfw the movie is going to be censored in my country to make it more accessible to teens.
>some spic was next to me
>I think it was a teen
>would always comment on the jokes
>when nudity was shown she would cover her eyes and say "I can't see this"
>let it slide for as long as I could
>right before the end fight scene say to her
>"I came to see a movie, not listen to you."
In hindsight I should have said it way earlier, but there were varying levels and I didn't want to sound like I was overreacting.
>go to lcs
>buy volumes 1 and 2 or Ostrander's Suicide Squad
>get told by the clerk that Harley Quinn doesn't appear in this version and recommends New 52 to me
>"Alright man, I just don't want you to waste money on a comic that doesn't have Harley in it when you expect her to be."
>Can't hold my power levels down any further
>say " Harley is a bad character, she always has been. This comic is amazing."
>pay, leave, come back to get my pull list in the following weeks
>clerk won't even make eye contact with me now
I have a loud laugh and when I start laughing it's hard to stop, so when a big joke sets off the laugh and little jokes keep the giggle up, it ends up making me laugh through an entire movie. Many people are like this. People will laugh at comedy movies. Get over it.
Eh, I found the movie pretty enjoyable. Favorite part was, "Your poor wife!".
>Went at 1PM to see it
>Max of 25 people in a theater that seats 200
>Three fat fucks behind us that you could hear breathing the entire time, one of them had a cold so he was hacking part of the time too
>Black banshee and her hispanic husband brought 4 kids with them to see it: One toddler, the rest between 3-6 years old
>End of the movie, toddler starts fucking laughing like a maniac and she refuses to take it out of the theater
>People who eat popcorn/candy with crunchy wrappers at any point during the movie
Our theater used to have a no food rule the first night of any showing to prevent "noise pollution" of a major film (Harry Potter, Star Wars, etc) but they did away with it after the fatasses complained they couldn't get their mega-sized popcorn on.
Not related to Deadpool, but I'm trying to prove to a casual friend of mine why in a theoretical fight, Superman would easily defeat Batman. Does anyone have either,
a.) That comic page of a "what-if" fight that shows Superman flying at super speed and taking Batman's head off, even when he's outfitted with a kyrptonite gun or something like that? I thought it was in Hush, but I tried Googling it and I can't find it.
b.) The screencap of those posts that explain the whole Superman/Batman debate that was posted here a few years ago, I think.
I'd really appreciate it if anyone could post either of these. Thanks in advance.
>Our theater used to have a no food rule
fuck this communist bullshit
You know that loud guffawing is an American thing mostly. In the country I live in now it is always polite and quiet. And has led me to hate going to a theater during my occasional stays in the USA.
I'm scared to see it sunday. Can't be worse than Star Wars though
>every time OT was referenced everyone cheered and clapped.
>turns out the whole movie is a reference to the OT
Never going to opening weekend for that again
What happened was the image of the lone cool kid who was hipster and different from the other lame meathead boys became the popular image and thus people began grasping that counter culture persona to seem socially acceptable to others. And get pussy. Mostly to get pussy.
>have a friend who is a Spidey fan
>got on my case for pirating comics
>we get a lcs in town, in the building we used to work in
>friend refuses to go in because it's owned by hipsters
>ask my friend if he's kept up on his pull list
>tells me that he won't pay the lcs for comics he can get for free online
His name is Rich, I've been calling him Dick the Pirate everytime I see him these days.
>Tfw just came back from watching it and had basically the same experience as OP
I knew i had to wait at least a week to watch it in order to avoid looking at these meme spilling imbeciles, but my little brother wanted to watch it, he acted way more mature (he's 13) than most of the audience (16-21 overweight neckbeards).
Protip: if you sit in the front row, you won't be able to see who is talking, and without them to focus on you can actually focus on hearing the movie.
My theater was packed, all 168 seats taken (and some kids sitting on the stairs) but I didn't hear a single one, because I was in the front row.
At the cinema I went to, only five other people sat through the credits. That's six proper fans in total.
Imagine, a whole theater filled almost entirely with people watching a Marvel movie just so they can tell their friends they saw it. I almost wanted to follow them out just to ask why.
>go when kids are just getting out of school
>theater isn't too crowded
>everyone enjoying themselves
>someone tried to start clapping twice after the climax and end credits scene but no one else followed
was a good experience
where the fuck were you?
i saw it on that opening saturday and the only notable reactions i can remember are that the audienced laughed when the stormtroopers turned 360 degrees and walked away from babytrantrum ren, and when bb8 did the thumbs up
clapping at references!? that sounds made
and i thought the memes about americans clapping was bad
>Going to watch movies the day they release
Why does anyone would you do that?
Just wait a couple days. A week at most. Go during a week day when most people are at work.
Huge crowds and packed theaters are annoying to deal with.
Honestly? I went because I found out my cinema was playing it on Thursday instead of Friday and I had that night off. I'm glad I did though, I was able to avoid spoilers of any kind because in this day and age of information, even actively dodging spoilers doesn't garentee that a few won't hit you.
I started writing "Why does anyone do this?" then changed it to "Why would you do that?"
I'm planning on going Tuesday on my day off, pretty early at around 12 or 1.
The last time I went to see a movie on release night was the Avengers and deeply regretted it.
The movie's going to make money either way. I don't really care about opening box office numbers.
My ticket isn't going to affect it that much, but it would affect my enjoyment pretty greatly if I was stuffed in a theater with annoying people.
>Working opening night
>Two high school guys come in with a fandango ticket, one of them is wearing a Deadpool hoodie
>They don't have I.D on them when I card them
Who doesn't have ID on them at that age? If you're old enough to drive you need to carry that shit in your wallet. It's not like I can let them in if they don't have it.
>surprised by reddit-fags and casuals eating up the meme movie
You should hate yourself as well, but since you're already on /co/ whining like a little bitch I guess you already do.
>tfw Avengers came out when I was still working at the local cinema
>tfw I've had to pay to see each phase 2 movie so far
>tfw I'll never be able to pre-screen movies again because of Digital
Deadpool opening night was completely sold out. To put this in perspective at my theatre opening night Antman was under half full. Cap 2 was about 70% full and Avengers 1 and 2 were the only othe opening night sell outs for marvel movies i have seen.
A theatre that full of people and there were no obnoxious ass holes everybody just watched the movie laughed at the jokes and had a good time it was fucking great. Avengers had people cheering at shit and being loud but Deadpool nope everybody just sat and watched the fucking movie.
>tfw you don't know anything about Deadpool, and the people around you in the cinema are either normies or casuals, and yet watching the movie was still great
The part where it was kinda quiet since DP got shot in the butt, someone in the row said "h-he got shot in the butt?" in such an astonished yet entertained tone that it just made everyone laugh more.
A bunch of 13 years old were sitting in front of me:one guy and six girls.
4 of the girls leaved at the first scene and 2 of them leaved when DP got buttfucked.
Then the guy ended up alone.
A group of friends were sitting behind me, and during the scene where DP breaks his limbs hitting Colossus, this girl just kept laughing really loud and she had a hard time stopping. I didn't mind and thought it was funny that she found the scene so hilarious she couldn't stop.
>trying to enjoy movie
>some guy laughing at the intro acting it was the greatest thing ever made
>the same guy that puts out his hand for the stinger for some reason
Asshat ruined the movie for me and to top it all off he was beside me
Just tell him preptime was something inserted in the early 2000s because they really couldn't find a purpose (Well, Morrison couldn't) to keep him around for cosmic tier crises. Tell him prior to that Batman's only defence against intergalactic threat was to throw gadgets and swing baseball bats till it went down and he wasn't some omniscient planner to begin with but a detective.
I mean, ffs he's been knocked out by random thugs more often than he has the Joker or Two Face or any other villlain. I fucking love Detective Batman, but on the power level super genius scale he's not even meant to be in the same league as the Doom Patrol and The Atom, but since the turn of the millennium he somehow is.
I have an Australian friend that tells me a lot of theaters have special privacy boxes to separate people with kids from the people that actually want to watch the movie undisturbed, but yeah, this is why I never watch certain kinds of movies in theaters. Maybe if it's something that kids and boisterous rednecks won't watch, but if it's a superhero movie or something that kids will like, then I just wait for the home release. I watched Pacific Rim and a guy in front of me was actually describing the movie to his friend via cellphone for about 5 minutes.
>"Yeah, they're falling now, but they pulled out a sword and they stabbed the thing. Now they're doing the mind stuff again."
The same thing happened before when I watched Alvin and the Chipmunks with my nephew. He even asked me to tell the guy to shut up, but luckily, the guy hung up before I had to get into a potential altercation over fucking Alvin and the Chipmunks.
Oh, and while not really a complaint, I saw Spiderman 3 in a theater and people really did clap at the end. At the time, I actually did find the movie entertaining, but clapping over it seems a little silly.
When deadpool kills a bunch of people and get shot in the ass
But they were not the only one, a bunch of people leaved during the first half of the movie and most people didn't laughed, all you could here is normies saying "ughhh disgusting".
I'm a frenchfag and from what I have saw everyone loved it in the US.
>going to a movie theater
Jesus fuck people. Are people so impatient they can't wait half a year to watch a movie at home in their comfy pjs instead of overpaying to see a movie with other chucklefucks and paying $20 for a bag of popcorn?
Maybe it's just my preference, but I can't see the appeal of a movie theater in the modern age of being able to watch movies at home online. I'm not impatient enough to ever really want to see a movie in theaters, unless I know it's a smart-ish movie that will probably have a small audience.
>went to see it on thursday
>smell weed instantly
>noone on phone
It was pretty good movie experience. I expected much worse, even the dude weedlmaos were civilized.
Harley was great in The Animated Series as a staple to Mark Hamil's Joker. But she was always Bruce Timm's baby and he knew how to use her to good effect.
You know, kind of like Deadpool. Blah blah blah good Deadpool = actual character blah blah blah bad Deadpool = Meme with a Mouth
>implying I buy popcorn
I go to the theaters during the first screening of the day or during the afternoons since it's quiet. I like the large screen and good audio that I can't currently duplicate in my home. I don't like eating while watching a movie, so it's all good for me.
Meh, Canadian theaters are a bum-fuck eh? Cineplex pretty much has a monopoly on all the chain theatres in Canada since they bought out Famous Players. Doesn't help that the dollar is weak right now so everything just shot up about $2 in the last year it seems
They probably thought this was some tipical disney marvel shit.
Deadpool is not as well known in France as in the US, here everyone smokes and like boring hipster shit also our movies and comedians are mostly terrible
Hamm and Reynolds in a buddy role on an assassination squad.
I like it. He just needs to buff up for the movie and be ready to get casted for x-films for the next 5 years and sink his career.
I think he strategically chooses what he wants to be in motion picture wise. He seems to fill more comedic roles on the side for little projects. This would be a solid fit.
>see qt girl
>on a date with a 275lb snorlax
>the moment she leaves to use the restroom he starts picking his nose like a madman
It just doesn't add up
I'm from a town near Paris and me and my friends were the only one laughing when the rest of the room kept screaming UGHHHH and DEGOUTANT
It's like the whole theater had a baguette up their asses or something
There was a couple sitting next to me who talked quite often through the movie, and finally I politely told them "Your talking's really distracting" and to their credit they stopped. I was honestly surprised.
>Le No c-casual scum may may
>le better be like what reddit, tumblr, Fox news, and facebook told me bout them darn rootin' tootin' 4chan who jave no fun MehMeh
>le sekrit club mmmmmmmeme
>he didn't see Star Wars three weeks after release at noon on a Monday
Full 3D IMAX and there was only one other guy in the theater besides me and my bro. The only way to see movies imo.
Fake ___ Girl/Boy is not a new concept. The only difference is that while bikers and punks would beat the shit out of you on the sidewalk for pretending to be one of them, game and comic fanatics just shit-talk you on the internet. And even that's too much to handle for these precious millennial cakeboys.
I can believe it. It sounds like a lame enough experience to be true.
Fake would've been if the entire theater stood up and clapped after he told off those dudes (who of course would've peed their pants and ran off crying), and then he later married his buddy who was also Albert Einstein.
>Going to a matinee showing at 3:15 today
It's one of those cinemas where you have to reserve seats ahead of time because there's only like 50 chairs in the theater, so it'll probably be sold out regardless, but I hope there's not a bunch of underage kids there.
Seriously, the sixth-graders I teach were talking about how their parents were taking them to go see it. What the fuck.
Might be seeing it tonight; never read any of Deadpool besides Deadpool and Cable/seeing snippets posted here, but I can tell pretty easily when the good writers and bad writers have control of the character.
Would you guys say that they did a good job with the movie? Also, how many jokes about chimichangas and tacos are there? Did you have any cringeworthy moments NOT related to the audience you were seeing it with?
Yeah, the real issue about fake fans is how the declare they're the real fans, get morally outraged over anyone who says otherwise, and then try to take over the fandom and shape it to fit their own warped moral code.
Get the fuck back to your /a/ shithole.
My only problem was that there was a ridiculous amount of kids watching this movie in my theater. And really, I wouldn't let it slide if it was 13 year-olds or something, but I swear some of them must have been as young as 8.
I did laugh when ten minutes into the movie some soccer mom dragged her kid away, trying to cover his eyes while leaving.
I fully expected to have the problem of obnoxious audience on opening weekend, but based on this movie and my last few experiences, it turns out the people who go out on the very first weekend typically want to watch the movie.
It's when I want to see a movie in a quiet matinee that the chucklefucks REALLY start focusing more on each other and their phones than the movie.
I went to see it this morning and I had the same problem. Some were probably six or seven years old - what the fuck were their parents thinking?
Thankfully the kids were quiet. Most of noise from the crowd was from douchey 20-somethings who just HAD to repeat every joke in the movie. It was like watching a movie with a nasally echo.
>oh, your poor wife!
>heheheheh, your poor wife!!!!
not the guy you're replying to but god damn I can't understand that. The movie's a 15 over here for crying out loud. I'm pretty sure the cinemas these peiple went to see it in would have at least turned the kids down or brought that up with the parents.
you sound like a barrel of laughs, OP
I wanna just hang out with Ryan for a day or two and just shoot the shit. He seems like the coolest person ever.
>mfw I have to sit beside two boys who are there without any adults
>mfw they laugh at every joke, laughing at the sex jokes the loudest
>mfw they howl during the trailer for that retarded Zac Efron movie (along with everyone else in the theatre)
>mfw one of them repeats every line from the trailers
>mfw while I'm leaving I hear one of them talking about their high school orientation
How the fuck did they even get in?
>sounds like someone has a baloon and is squishing it making loud annoying noises
>turn arround and say
hey quiet the fuck down
>i was sitting in front of the handicap row
> some Kuato looking guy having problems with his wheelchair
>his grandmother gives me the look of death
Why did Reynolds try so hard to get this movie made anyways? Like he did over 10 years of begging, borrowing and dealing to get Deadpool wrapped.
I don't understand why drive so hard for a Superhero movie of all things. Like sure it's gonna make him a bunch of money and good on him for that, but I still don't get it.
>Small animated characters appers in corner of the screen
>Deadpool says teabag
>Badly assembled IKEA shelf collapses
I'm too old for that kind of movie. I wish I was 15.
>see it alone because just recently moved and no one in the family was interested
>maybe 18 total people in the seats
>a couple sits behind me to the left
>the Guy (late 30's) starts talking to his girlfriend explaining every damn thing like a know it all
>"yeah that's true to his origin, but something something something"
>"man Colossus is pitch perfect I remember reading him in this. . ."
>"Oh yeah, his healing factor lets him do . . ."
He wasn't even talking that loudly but enough for me to notice. Especially since his comments to his GF could go on for close to a minute when the movie itself had moved past that moment. Funnily enough his GF never said a word.
Either way, great movie. Not exactly a fan of Deadpool but I can respect a pretty well made movie with some good jokes.
i almost had the same problem
there was a couple 2 rows back, they were typical reddit fans
an older couple few seats to my right got up and told them to shut the fuck up.
they didn't speak through the movie after that
>calling them reddit
>literally being this euphoric and using the word casual non-ironically
>being this edgy
i can't wait until the day OP realizes that he's the tips f'edora m'laddies reddit-tier person that everyone else in the world makes fun of and to extent is afraid of because he's the kind of guy who ends up shooting up a place
>I love Hamm but he really doesn't have much of a career now that Mad Men is over.
Hamm is literally one of the mot sought after actors in Hollywood.
He does whatever he wants, picking exactly what roles he likes.
He was the bad guy in Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt because he loves playing slimeballs.
>Max of 25 people in a theater that seats 200
>Three fat fucks behind us that you could hear breathing the entire time, one of them had a cold so he was hacking part of the time too
Then fucking move to some other seat, you fool. You had 175 to choose from.
>Go see Deadpool with gf
>Theater is packed, but we find 2 seats
>With buffer seats, hell yeah
>"There's a lot of kids here"
>"Like, really little kids"
>Almost immediately I feel bad for the dumbass parents who brought their kids here
>"Mommy, what's International Women's Day?"
>Everyone actually fucking claps for Stan Lee
>I'm mostly okay with this, he only has a few years left
>Entering mutant factory "Shitsburgh"
>Cro-Magnon next to us shouts "Ayy Pittsburgh!"
>When the mutant factory burns down, kid behind me says "Is that the whole movie?"
>LIKE YOUR DAD HAS ALREADY SEEN THE MOVIE, FUCKFACE?
>Then it happens
>There's a baby
>There's a fucking baby
>There's a fucking baby in this movie theater
>Forget that it's rated R
>Forget that it's 8:45
>Forget that it's 2 degrees outside
>Who brings a fucking baby
>I hope you had to pay for the baby
>Baby is crying during the action
>Mom gets up to leave
>Baby stops before she gets outside
>Sits back down
>At least 3 more incidents
>She doesn't even pretend to give a shit anymore
>Doesn't get up, just shooshes the baby
>Like a baby understands that shit
>LIKE YOUR SHOOSHING ISN'T MAKING SHIT WORSE
All in all it was a good experience. I didn't have high hopes for this movie, but I genuinely enjoyed it. RR is 10/10, Negasonic is newest waifu. Jokes can get forced, but whatevs.
Apparently Stan said this was his favorite cameo. I'm glad he still has fun.
>>I'm mostly okay with this, he only has a few years left
>I'm mostly okay with this, I only has a few years left
FYFY true believer
I fucking hate it when parents bring babies to the theater. The theater is too loud for their ears, it literally fucking hurts them to be in a theater with an action movie playing, and the only thing they know how to do is cry and it ruins the movie for everyone else.
Fuck parents who do this. If you can't afford a babysitter you can't afford to go out.